South-East Asians in Europe: Alfin Tuasalamony shines for CS Vise, while Chhunly Pagenburg inspires Eintracht Trier

Players from several South-East Asian nations took to the park over the weekend in Europe involving stars from Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand, Laos and Cambodia
Cambodian youngster Chhunly Pagenburgwas  on form and was able to score in a comfortable win for Eintracht Trier while talented Indonesian centre-back Alfin Tuasalamony was a key man for CS Vise with a solid performance. Meanwhile, Philippines star Stephan Shrock recently said he's delighted with the way the team is performing in the league.


Young centre-back Alfin Tuasalamony played a full 90 minutes and gave a solid performance while Yandi Sofyan Munawar was as unused substitute for CS Vise in their 1-1 draw against KSK Heist in Belgium's second tier. On other side Yericho Christiantoko was absent after being called-up by the Under-23 Indonesia national team.

Stefano Lilipaly (FC Utrecht), the Netherlands-based midfielder did not featured for his team during FC Utrecht's heavy 4-1 loss at Galgenwaard Stadium against Heerenveen in Eredivisie.


Dennis Cagara (Lyngby BK) was in a good shape and played a full 90 minutes for Lyngby BK when his team drew 1-1 in a hard-fought battle against AGF Aarhus with Jerry Lucena (AGF Aarhus) also producing a tremendous performance at Lyngby Stadium in Danish Superliga.

Neil Etheridge (Fulham), the 21-year-old goalkeeper was an unused substitute in a Fulham's 3-1 loss to Everton at Craven Cottage.

Stephan Schrock (SpVgg Greuther Furth), played for 89 minutes before being substituted by Christian Rahn and gave a solid performance when his team won 2-0 against Energie Cottbus in Germany's 2.Bundesliga to keep Greuther Furth at the top.

Paul Mulders (ADO Den Haag), the Netherlands-born cultured midfielder came on as a late substitute for his team and did well to maintain the 1-0 scoreline for ADO Den Haag's victory over NEC Nijmegen.

Rolland Muller (MSV Duisburg), the Germany-based goalkeeper was absent when his team succumbed to a 3-0 loss in Germany's 2.Bundesliga clash against Eintracht Frankfurt.

Jeffrey Chistiaens (KM Torhout), the Belgium-born forward played as a substitute player, appearing o 72 minutes when he replaced Dieter Yde in Torhout's 3-0 home loss against KSK Ronse in Belgium's third tier.


Young Malaysian trio Mohd Irfan Fazail, Mohd Fadhli Mohd Shas and Wan Zack Haikal Wan Noor did not play for ViOn Zlate Moravce in a highly charged 1-1 derby match draw against FC Nitra in Slovak First League.


Santi Kolk (NAC Breda), the 30-year-old forward came on as a substitute for Alex Schalk on 62 minutes and failed to make an impact when his team lost 3-1 against De Graafschap in the Eredivisie.


Billy Ketkeophomphone (FC Sion), the Switzerland-based striker was absent in FC Sion's away match which they won 2-0 against Servette in the Swiss Super League.


Chhunly Pagenburg (SV Eintracht Trier 05), the 24-year-old striker got himself on the scoresheet on 86 minutes before he was later substituted by Holger Knarz to help his team to a goal glut 4-0 demolition against Borussia Monchengladbach II in Germany's Regionalliga West.